Local Farmers Markets

A farmers' market (also farmers market) is a physical retail market featuring foods sold directly by farmers to consumers. Farmers' markets typically consist of booths, tables or stands, outdoors or indoors, where farmers sell fruits, vegetables, meats, and sometimes prepared foods and beverages.

Farmers' markets add value to our community
Farmers' markets reflect our local culture and economy. In Brighton we are proud to say that we are home to several farmers' markets including:
Click here to download and print a map of all the local farmers markets in Brighton.

Market Day
Every year, the City of Brighton hosts Market Day.  Celebrate Brighton’s agricultural heritage during Market Day held each year at The Armory and Brighton Cultural Center.   Market Day festivities include produce for sale by local growers, an educational symposium, interactive activities, live entertainment and music, great food, and local artists, as well as free, interactive activities for kids provided by the Anythink Library of Brighton. Local nonprofit groups and smaller Brighton businesses will also be on hand with information and other goods. For more information, visit brightonco.gov.

"Tour of Farms"
Brighton Bicycle Tour of Farms.  The annual "Tour of Farms" includes tour stops at Palizzi Farm, Sakata Farms, Berry Patch Farms and Petrocco Farms. This enlightening 8.5-mile flat ride will take cyclists by four local farms. The tour is sponsored by the local bike store Treads.